... we landed on the moon.
I thought I'd mention it.
It remains the crowning achievement in all human history.
Hopefully we see it topped within our lifetime.
So you think a cave and planet with an eco-system that sustains countless numbers of biologicals and complex humans are that easily comparable.It's a good thing their view doesn't usually prevail, or we would still be living in caves.
Cave with no door is open to oxygen and background ionised radiation will not kill most people.The analogy is apt
It's not simply a matter of priorities.
Your confused dude, ignorant, ill-informed and lack eduaction of planet Earth circustances humanity is facing now, not a billion years from now.If nothing else, the long-term future of humanity depends on us spreading into space.
I don't see it has to be the NASA budget that hasto go.
How could you know you would find food and water outside the cave?
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